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  1.   Photosynthesis and Plant Reproduction
Goals To teach students the process and importance of photosynthesis, as well as the necessity of plant reproduction to sustain life. Description Photosynthesis, including anatomy of the leaf and the basics of the equation, will be discussed. Basic plant parts for reproduction including methods of pollen transfer are included. SMART Board resources, as well as Unitedstreaming, will be utilized. Objectives At the conclusion of the...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   Plants
Plants Grade Level: 5th Grade Written by: Sally Hofmockel, High Peaks Elementary, Boulder, CO Length of Unit: Five weeks (four lessons) I. ABSTRACT This is a 5th grade unit on Plant Structures and Processes, part 1. These lessons will incorporate the topics outlined in the science strand of the Core Knowledge Sequence and content sta...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   What Came First, the Plant or the Seed?
What Came First, the Plant or the Seed? Danise E. Webb-Fisher Waynesboro City Public Schools Topic: plants, seeds, plant life cycle Overview This lesson will integrate technology to focus on the structures of dicotyledonous and monocotyledonous seeds and explore the concept that a flowering plant goes through orderly changes in its life and that changes...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   Plants: Scattering Seeds
Objectives Students will do the following: 1. Investigate how seeds are dispersed. 2. Understand the variety of seed dispersal that exists in the plant kingdom. 3. Understand how factors in the natural environment can affect how far a seed is dispersed. Materials Students will need the following: * Variety of seeds * Magnifying glass or microscope * Meter stick * Fan * Small dry seed, one for each student (bean or watermelon) * Paper (to be cut for wind-dispersed seed demonstr...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Plant Pollination
Objectives Students will 1. identify the different parts of a flower and understand their functions and 2. understand the importance of pollen for plant reproduction and diversity. Materials * For the class: Dissecting microscope * Computers with Internet access (optional but very helpful) * Reference materials: books and encyclopedias Each student will need the following: * One flower from a school garden, a market, or donated from a florist. Good examples include daisies, car...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  6.   Plants 2: Plant Propagation
Plants 2: Plant Propagation Purpose To grow a plant by vegetative propagation and understand why it might be advantageous to do so. Context This lesson is the second in a two-part series on plants. In these lessons, students research and carry out reproduction in plants and come to understand that most plants reproduce sexually, but...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   Plants 1: Plant Parents
Plants 1: Plant Parents Purpose In this lesson, students will come to understand that most plants usually reproduce sexually. Students will learn the parts of the flower and the process of sexual reproduction in plants. Context According to Benchmarks, middle school is the time to "begin the study of genetic traits-what offspring get...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Co-Evolution of Plants and Pollinators
...understanding of evolution. Forty-one years later, the moth was found, exactly as predicted. Co-evolution can account for much of the great diversity of insects on earth. In this lesson, students will learn about co-evolution of mutualistic relationships while studying the roles of pollinators and plants. Content Standards Related National Standards This lesson addresses the following National Content Standards found at: Content Standard C: As a result of their activities in grades 9-12, all students should develop an understanding of: Biological Evolution Species evolve over time. Evolution is the consequence of the interacti...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Flowering Phenology: How do plants know when to flower?
Flowering Phenology: How do plants know when to flower? Flowering Phenology: How do plants know when to flower? Reference: Arizona State, GK-12 Initiative Overview: The purpose of this lesson is to teach about flowering phenology and its importance in ecosystems and to humans. Flowering phenology is the seasonal timing of flowering events. Flowersa "and the tim...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  10.   Plant Reproduction
Description This lesson is targeted for Living Environment students in grades 9-12. The content contained in the following presentation delivers important visual and factual information about plant reproduction. The lesson contains both SMART Board resources, as well as United Streaming Videos. Information content includes anatomy of the leaf and the basic plant parts for reproduction including methods of pollen transfer. Duration This lesson will take two 40-minute periods. Learning Objectives At the conclusion of the le...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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